Even great men and women in Scripture had to wait on God. Look at Abraham and Sarah, it was a year AFTER they received the promise of Isaac before Isaac actually came to them. We also see what impatience does through them, they took matters into their own hands and decided to “help” God along. That’s how Ishmael came into the picture. God doesn’t need our help, He desires our TRUST. Fully put your faith in God and wait on all that He has to offer you! Blessings,
Father, you know how impatient we can be. You created us. You walked among us. We choose to TRUST you now with our lives. I ask you to bring healing to those who need it, pour your financial blessings to those who need it, but more than physical blessings, Lord, heal our hearts and souls of their pain. Allow us to feel your presence. Dwell with us in the Sukkah of our hearts. In Jesus name. Amen.
Whether you are waiting for physical healing for yourself or for a loved one, for that perfect job opportunity, for your soul mate, for deliverance from a bad circumstance, for freedom from an addiction, a restored marriage, or for a child, it seems that waiting on God is one of the hardest things a Christian is called to do. In fact, we don’t like waiting in any shape or form, but the difference in waiting on God, and waiting on earthly things, is that this holy waiting is not a passive activity, but an active leap of faith.
Blessed are those who Wait on God!
“So the Lord must wait for you to come to him so he can show you his love and compassion. For the Lord is a faithful God. Blessed are those who wait for his help.” ~Isaiah 30:18
During our waiting period, God calls us to surrender…
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